U.S. oil dipped after an early rise to 2016 peaks, but posted a gain of about 20 percent for April. » Read More
Most analysis sees crude prices rebounding in the back half of 2016, but oil futures faces headwinds in the coming months, experts told CNBC.
In the days before oil fell below $30, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought 2.5 million shares of an oil giant.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oversupply in oil and gas in the U.S.
Four years after the Arab Spring, the lynchpin of OPEC faces more social unrest as Saudis digest unaccustomed austerity amid plummeting oil prices.
While some bullish market watchers argue that oil's hit a bottom, this pro says that oil's poised for more lows.
A crowdfunding campaign is hoping to send energy-generating soccer balls and skipping ropes to migrants living in Calais.
A crowdfunding campaign finds a new way to bring clean energy and light to migrants and refugees in self-made camps.
Jonathan Bell, CIO of Stanhope Capital, suggests investing in energy stocks and oil companies with strong balance sheets and low production costs that will benefit if and when oil prices recover.
Dan Yergin, vice chairman of IHS, says there is nothing particularly significant between $29-$31 per barrel for oil prices.
"We think that the market generally underestimates how profitable search is," Oakmark portfolio manager Bill Nygren told CNBC.
Jeff Zients, assistant to the president for economic policy, addresses the latest market conditions, oil and the economy.
While many investors are eyeing oil, the Saudis and OPEC as a marker for stocks, this expert says that this is the real driving factor.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, weighs in on the current condition of oil and a statement made by Jeffrey Gundlach of Doubleline Capital saying that technicals call for a short term oil bottom.
Jason Pride, Glenmede director of investment strategy, says returns on stocks will probably be muted this year and investors should be picky about what they buy.
Standard Chartered downgraded its oil outlook, calling for $10 oil. CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses oil bonds and stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on bold calls about oil prices including bank Standard Chartered calling for $10 oil.
Anish Kapadia, managing director & senior research analyst at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. explains why companies are outspending in order to pay dividends, even as oil hovers around $30.
Adam Longson, Morgan Stanley Head of Energy Commodity Research, explains why oil could go even lower.
Number one integrated oil analyst Doug Terreson talks safe bets as oil continues to fall.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan has an update on the price of oil.
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